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JO BRANNIGAN

Whāia te mātauranga hei oranga mō koutou.
Seek after learning for the sake of your wellbeing.

JO BRANNIGAN
TRUSTEE

Tēnā koutou katoa

Ko Ngongotahā te maunga

Ko Utuhina te awa

Ko Rotorua-nui-a-Kahumatamomoe te roto

Ko Ngāti Pākeha tōku iwi

Nō Rotorua ahau

Ko Frank Conlon tōku pāpā

Ko Diana Conlon raua ko Margaret Conlon ōku māmā

Ko Mark tōku hoa tane

Ko Adrian rātou ko Stacey, ko Jessie, ko Jordan āku tamariki

Ko Jo Brannigan tōku ingoa

We operate with a view to the future, a future which encourages hope, self-reliance, community integration and promotes mental health awareness.

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Caring for our Community

Facilities

Six-bedroom house as well as a house converted to a office and 2 two-bedroom flats on Malfroy Road

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Frameworks

The Treaty of Waitangi establishes the unique and special relationship between iwi, Māori and the Crown

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History

Established by two psychiatric nurses Karel (Karl) Hartemink and Donna Riley and opened in September 1989

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Partnerships

Part of the G6, a sector cluster of non-profit mental health and residential providers working in Rotorua

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what others say about us

“I’m pretty grateful to be at Karldon because I have found myself again”

“I’m fully grateful to be under Karldon Trust giving me a flat to live in. Thank you”

“Keep good communication with respect, fair treatment, dignity & independence, proper standards, information, it’s your decision, support, teaching & research & complaints. Keeping well with whānau and staff. As a Māori mental health consumer for 30 years being a whaiora/client”